We stayed two nights but didn't spend much time in the park, instead, driving the very short drive into Santa Cruz both days. We can say that the sites were clean, with beautiful surroundings, lots of shade, and spread far enough apart that we felt comfortable with our neighbors. Even though the California State Parks rate of $35 per night is way out of line with other states, especially considering amenities, we'd definitely stay here again because of its beautiful setting, quietness and closeness to Santa Cruz.
The park is located off a main highway and is gravel paved. Our site was located at the front of the park and subject to the highway sounds of traffic passing in the night. The interior of the park is much more accommodating with grass and flower boxes and the traffic sounds would be better buffered. We were provided with a free entertainment night along with an ice cream social that was unexpected and a real treat. Our site did not have cable, however I don't believe we were given a discount. If we were in a site well away from the front of the park we would have found the park more comfortable. As it was, we stayed three days, leaving a day early.
The park is very near the newer part of downtown Missoula and just off a main road. Our gravel paved site could have used some raking since it was covered with tree debris and some smaller trash bits. Our site was located right along the main road through the campground. The road is used by the permanent residents to enter and exit the park and has heavy traffic in the commuter hours and is somewhat noisy. The staff was friendly and the site featured a large laundry and on site inexpensive breakfast cafe. Had our site been located away from the main road we probably would have felt more comfortable. However, because of our location we could only rate this park a seven out of ten and felt it was a little expensive for the area.
A friendly park, both hosts and guests, lawn areas between each RV spot, gravel driveway, extremely clean restrooms and showers, lots of shade. Quiet except for the occasional passing train and off the freeway. Safeway grocery store nearby and nice small town with plenty of atmosphere. We stayed for four days and loved the place!
While at first not that great looking, we found the park and staff very friendly and accommodating. The park is right next to the road but the road is lightly traveled. Our site had two nice trees to shade our small trailer and picnic table but most of the sites are in the open with no cover. The pads are level but gravel as are the roads. The restrooms and laundry rooms are very clean. Instead of a dumpster, you place your garbage in front of your site each morning for pick up. The Wi-Fi signal is not very strong, we were close to the office and our signal was "poor." Had this place had a few more amenities, cable TV, pool, a few more trees, etc., we would have rated this park higher.
We only stayed one night but would have been happy to stay a week. We have a small 16 foot travel trailer and because of our small size, were directed to a back in site at the rear of the park. Our site was gravel but had a lawn to the rear and a view of rolling hills beyond. We hooked up to water and electricity. The heated pool was tempting but we were too tired to use it before the 9pm curfew. The staff was friendly and directed us to the Museum of the Rockies using back roads and a shortcut. The bathrooms were immaculate as were the 4 unit each (washer/dryer) laundry room. Although others have complained of highway and train noise we did not notice any. We would definitely stay here again.
The campground is on the side of a hill overlooking the south end of Henry's Lake. The RV back-ins and pull-throughs are gravel with grass between and well spaced. A few spots close to the water have trees. The showers and bathrooms are centrally located with four shower stalls each. Henry's Lake is about 16 miles up river from Last Chance and the "holy water" fly fishing area. We were unfamiliar with the area and booked a site at the lake for four nights about a week in advance because almost all the sites were already reserved (4th of July). When we arrived in the area we found 15 different RV or campgrounds available in the 16 mile stretch, some more expensive, some less and most with vacancies. We had intended in fishing both the Henry's Fork River and the lake but the wind blew so hard, (35 MPH) on one of the days that we were stuck in camp. If we were to come back we'd look for a campground closer to Last Chance.
Nice park with lots of room between units. We were camped with the creek at our back (over a levee). The park is far enough away from downtown to be quiet at night. An added feature is that no campfires are allowed and no exterior lighting on a unit after 10pm. The restrooms/laundry are spotless and modern. The park lacks a pool or community room but Sedona has so many things to do that we spent very little time at our trailer except for sleeping, eating or resting up from hikes. We'd definitely stay at this park again!
The units in this park are crammed in very tightly. Don't expect anything scenic other than the view of the lake if you're lucky enough to have a site at the end of one of the rows. The facilities are clean and the owners friendly but it's not a place you could call home for long. We stayed for three days to see the fireworks convention. We'll probably look for a different location next year if we attend.
We were the only RVers at this campground! Two of the back-in sites had shade and we had our choice. The bathroom/shower was clean and large and within 20 feet of our site. Additional bathrooms are available should the campground have more traffic. The owner happened to be on-site mowing the driving range when we pulled in. Otherwise, payment is on the honor system so if you plan to stay at this campground, have the $25 in cash to put in the envelope. While well off the beaten path, the campground is within 20 miles of the Golden Spike National Monument.
This state park campground is a jewel. Only 3 miles from the west entrance to Yellowstone N.P., and only two miles north of West Yellowstone. The level, semi-paved, well shaded, forest campsites are well spaced and most are far enough off the main highway to avoid road noise. A very few sites have electric service, most have no water, electric or waste hookups. Toilets appear to be vault toilets. No showers but a coin-op shower is available in West Yellowstone. An added bonus is access to the Madison River within 150 feet of some of the campsite units. We paid $14 for an electric site with our N.P. access card. Regular price was $22.
We camped in our 16' travel trailer for two nights. We had asked for a shady spot since there was a heat wave but when we arrived we found we were exposed to the sun most of the day. We were parked up against a hill with tent campers across from us along a creek. The air was full of mosquitoes both early morning and evenings. While the staff was friendly and helpful, the bathroom and shower facilities were primitive, well worn and dirty. In addition, the park had only three showers in the single bathroom facilities for each sex, not nearly enough with all the people staying at the camp. In addition, instead of having a separate laundry, two washers and dryers were in each of the bathrooms, two for the women's and two for the men. With the washers and dryers running, and the heat generated, the bathrooms were almost unusable. We would NOT stay at this RV park again.
The park appears to be recently renovated and is extremely clean and appealing. The park is situated on the side of a hill with a view overlooking the Little Bighorn Valley. The sites are level and gravel paved. The bathrooms and laundry were immaculate and freshly painted, the cleanest we have ever encountered. The park was a good distance from the road and extremely quiet at night. Although a little pricey with no TV hookup or pool, we would definitely stay here again.